Film Screening: Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum
Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum is a 90-minute experimental film that won Best Feature at the Indie Memphis Film Festival after premiering at the European Media Art Festival in Osnabrück, Germany in April. The film is being shown at locations across the country, including on Oct. 15 at the Des Moines Social Club.
Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum
Directed Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum follows a queer middle school lunch lady and her multiple lovers, her religious co-worker, a genderqueer student, and a phone sex operator/psychic medium. Through collective dreams a trans-worldly ghost invades the characters’ sleep to reveal an alternate realm of wanton, subconscious desire. Television monitors, radio frequencies, orifices and dreams all become portals to access this mysterious carnal dimension. The film is aesthetically reminiscent of the 90s New Queer Cinema movement, but also campy like John Waters, eerie like David Lynch and video arty, like Pipilotti Rist.
The Basement // Oct. 15 // 7 p.m. // Tix: $7 in advance, $10 day of show